The Relation between CRP and Ferritin in People Infected with COVID-19 in Al- Amariah City

Authors

  • Arkan Abdullah Abbas
  • Ban Mohammed Abbas Al-Kanan
  • Yasser Qassim Hussein

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15401

Keywords:

COVID-19; CRP; Ferritin; Al- Amariah City

Abstract

he study aimed at the Covid-19 infection causes an increase in both the effective protein level C and the
level of the ferritin of blood in the early diagnosis of COVID-19 infection. In the present study that was
carried out in Amariah city from 15th of July to 15th of October 2020, a total of 100 people (60 infected
group with COVID-19 and 40 control group without Covid-19) who were admitted to AL-Amariah Hospital
whose ages were between 15-75 years. Patients were investigated for the detection of COVID-19 by using
Real-Time PCR. The current study showed that the infection with COVID-19 is affected by the age factor
of the patient. The highest rate of a patient with COVID-19 was within the age group >50 years with a
highly significant relation between COVID-19 and age. The study showed that the highest rate of CRP in the
infected group compared with a control group with a highly significant difference. The highest rate of ferritin
in an infected group than the control group.

Author Biographies

Arkan Abdullah Abbas

Ph.D. of Microbiology, Al- Amariah Hospital

Ban Mohammed Abbas Al-Kanan

Ph.D. of Clinical Biochemistry, Al- Amariah Hospital

Yasser Qassim Hussein

Ph.D. of Clinical Biochemistry, Al- Amariah Hospital, Al- Anbar, Iraq

Published

2021-05-17

How to Cite

Arkan Abdullah Abbas, Ban Mohammed Abbas Al-Kanan, & Yasser Qassim Hussein. (2021). The Relation between CRP and Ferritin in People Infected with COVID-19 in Al- Amariah City. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(3), 752-758. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15401